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Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2017 - 2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MATH 375 - Introduction to Game Theory

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Recommended prior course: MATH 210   Game theory is a collection of mathematical models used to study situations involving conflict and/or cooperation. This contemporary mathematical subject is concerned with human interactions, competitive encounters, notions of value, bargaining and negotiations and fairness. It has application throughout social, systems, behavior, managerial and decision sciences. The course covers two person zero sum non-cooperative games, two person general sum non-cooperative games, two person general sum cooperative games, games in extensive form and games in n-person collisional form.
Prerequisites: MATH 210  
May not be audited